Reverse a Slouching Spine with this Simple Exercise


Slouching or Hunched Over?

If a computer slouch or hunched-over back is on your mind, you won’t want to miss this new video.

You’ll learn a powerful exercise that is both a key to preventing the thoracic spine from rounding forward and one of the solutions to reversing a curve that has already started.

After you give the exercise a try, I’d love to know how it goes. You can let me know in the comments below.

See you next week!

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I have an entire protocol for preventing and reversing rounded spines which I share inside the Pilates Tonic Online Membership.

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Hi, I'm Sydney and I'm a Restorative Movement Specialist here at Pilates Tonic. My goal is to empower you with tools to connect and live in your body in new and better ways. I'm a passionate advocate for wellness through optimally aligned movement and I look forward to designing a customized alignment and movement program just for you! If you want to find out more, just give me a call at 423.702.5233, or email me at [email protected] See you in the studio!

9 Responses

  1. Hi Sydney thank you so much for this this is probably something that will be really helpful. I have been told by a PT that my scapula stick out like wings. I suspect this has something to do with my rhomboids. I can barely move my scapula standing up. When I went on all fours they did not move at all. I might need some sort of exercise to help strengthen my rhomboids. Thank you so much

    1. This is a great exercise to help with “winging scapula” and will strengthen your rhomboids. You could try practicing it on your forearms for a while, and then as you develop more movement and stability in your scapulae, try it again on all fours with straight arms. I’d love to hear how it goes. Thanks for sharing, Luiza!

  2. Awesome , Sydney !!
    Exactly, what i talk about with my massage clients , about strengh and giving flexibility, as stability to Rhomboids , massage helps but moving / stretching is the everything!
    Let’s keep on sharing… Much love to all !

  3. Sydney,

    Can you kindly show the modified version, up against the wall. I tried the exercise but my wrists are a little weak.
    Thank you so much! I Enjoy your videos!

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